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Who Are the BEST Teachers of What It Means to Be a Follower of Jesus? —Dennis Edwards

Dennis Edwards’ ReKnew Cross Vision Conference Keynote

Dennis Edwards shares a fantastic message on why, generally speaking, marginalized Christians are the best *teachers* of what it means to be a follower of Christ.

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